Promoting a wide spectrum of competitions that advances knowledge, skills and abilities to nurture and expand a diverse national talent pool. This subgroup will help to empower a public and private competition ecosystem by providing guidelines, standards, and best practices for players, teams, schools, sponsors and organizers. View the full Competitions Subgroup Charter here.
Competitions Subgroup Co-Chairs:
Bradley Wolfenden, EmberSec
Amelia Phillips, Regional Director PRCCDC, CIS and Computer Science Departments, Cybersecurity and Forensics BAS Lead at Highline College
- How to Build and Run a Competition - This is intended to be a basic guidebook on how to create your own competition. It is a living, breathing document that can be updated as things change. Version one will serve as a starting point. View the full project charter here.
- Guide for Competitors - The purpose of the guide is to provide information about the types of cyber competitions, recommended tools and training, and how to get started. The intended audience for the Guide for Competitors is both current competitors and also those interested in competing. View the full project charter here.
- Competition Podcasts on the YouTube CyberFed channel:
- Podcast with Allen Stubblefield, Cyber Defense Teacher, Troy High School
- Podcast with Marcelle Lee, Ahmed Ibrahim, and Meg Layton, Women's Society of Cyberjutzu
- Podcast with Brad Wolfendon and Josh Davis, Circadence
- Podcast with Martin Carlisle, Carnegie Mellon University
- Podcast with Mandy Galante, Cybersecurity Educator with Mater Dei Prep School
- Podcast with Donna Woods, Educator and Community Manager, California Cyberhub
- Podcast on DOE CyberForce Competition Podcast
- Podcast with Dr. Claire LaFleur, Postdoctoral Researcher, Army Research Lab
- Podcast with Eric Lopez, VP EC-Council Global
- Podcast with Silas Shen, Cal Poly Pomona
- Podcast with Gustavo Hinojosa, President, National Cybersecurity Student Association
The industry and academic leaders of the Competitions Subgroup are seeking input on interests and accomplishments in competitions. Provide your input here.
To join this group, email nicewg.competitions [at] nist.gov with the subject line: “Competitions Subscribe”, and with your full name and email address in the body of the message. This group meets the third Tuesday of every month at 3:00 p.m., Eastern Time.